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Swallow Books Publishes: THERE ARE FAIRIES AT THE BOTTOM OF OUR GARDEN

June 11, 2021AnnouncementsBook Release
We at Swallow Publishing are thrilled to announce the launch of a three-year labor of love! Erin Evans has written the best read of the summer season — just check underneath the beach towel for loose fairies! This true story about redemption and healing through cancer and drug addiction is ...Read More

@MythicPicnic Chooses Us to Host & Award Top Prize in Latest Twitter Contest!

May 27, 2021AnnouncementsHelpful Tips
For so many indie writers, Twitter is where it’s at. We meet people on there, who are not mom and dad, old friends or spouses but PEOPLE OF THE PAGE, actually willing to evaluate and help us promote our books. Heck, some of them even enjoy it! @Mythic Picnic ...Read More

Happy Mother’s Day from Swallow Publishing!

May 6, 2021AnnouncementsKindle promotions
We're celebrating our food memoir/cookbook's 1-year anniversary with a Kindle promotion! Get your free copy today! Read More

‘Wrath of the Sister’ Author Shares How to Make Lots of $ on Self-Pubs

April 24, 2021Helpful TipsInterview
Bookbub is definitely the most profitable promotion you can do and a game changer. Read More

Striving to Understand the Beauty in Struggle: Last Poet Interview of April 2021

April 19, 2021AnnouncementsInterview
For STRIVE author, Nigel Walker, everything is coming up roses. In between community service, raising four daughters, and serving as assistant principal at a Georgia high school, he still manages to blossom. Especially creatively. His motivational guide about striving for greatness in the face of adversity features quite a bit ...Read More

‘Being Human’ Author on Using Poetry to Bring Out the Best in Us

April 15, 2021AnnouncementsBook Release
Swallow Publishing became aware of the prolific writer, Fabiyas M V Orumanayur, when we chose his poem ‘War and Children’ to appear in Humans in the Wild: Reactions to a gun loving country.  Just like everything in his literary canon, Fabiyas’s poem beseeches the reader to carefully ...Read More

‘Raise a Glass to My Body’ Author Talks About the Role of Physical Pain in Creating Art

March 29, 2021Book ReleaseInterview
So far in our poetry series, Swallow Books has spoken with poets who turn everyday objects and situations into wildly imaginative verse. Today is a bit different, as we sit down with Jenna Neece, the poet behind ‘Raise a Glass to My Body’. In a collection of wry and brutally ...Read More

Martha Wallace on What It Means to Be an ‘Incidental Poet’

March 25, 2021Interview
It’s hard to believe Martha McCray Wallace, recipient of several notable non-fiction and poetry awards, came late to the craft of writing.  The food memoir author whose quasi cookbook has been touted ‘a mouthwatering read’, said she didn’t know she liked creative writing until well into ...Read More